Bringing Clarity to Gray Areas Surrounding Genitourinary Studies
Clearing up the common confusion surrounding coding for diagnostic and therapeutic genitourinary procedures, this webcast provides in-depth guidance and instruction for proper application of the GU code series - what's included in the bundled codes and what's separately reported, the appropriate use of add-on codes, modifier assignments and code selection for unilateral and bilateral procedures.
The agenda, covered by our presenter, Jeff Majchrzak includes a review of component coding and interventional radiology coding guidelines, as well as:
- GU Procedures
- Typical CPT® Options (50390, 50395-50396, 50684, 50688, 50690)
- Bundled CPT Options (50382, 50384-50387, 50389)
- Full Descriptions of Codes for Diagnostic and Therapeutic GU Procedures
- Urinary System — Kidney, Ureter
- Therapeutic Percutaneous Genitourinary Procedures
- Codes 50432, 50433, 50434, 50435
- Biopsy - Code 50606
- Ureteral Stent Placement - Codes 50693-50695
- Repair - Codes 50705-50706
- Codes Deleted (Since 2016) Affecting GU Procedures
- Surgical (50392-50394, 50398)
- Genitourinary (74475, 74480)
- Renal Procedures — Surgical and S&I Coding Examples
- Case Examples
Note: Before participating in this session, we recommend that you attend our 2017 Basics of Interventional Radiology Coding webcast, which covers general IR coding essentials.
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